Quack… quack… quack… quack! Not only did "The Mighty Ducks" generate a trilogy — it spawned its own NHL team. In honor of star Emilio Estevez's 56th birthday on May 12, 2018, we're checking in to see where Gordon Bombay and the rest of the crew from the beloved '90s film series ended up!
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Emilio Estevez took on the role of Gordon Bombay, a successful lawyer who finds himself charged with a DUI and forced to do community service — which just happens to be coaching a kids' hockey team.
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He played a father figure to a whole team of hockey players on-screen, but off-screen, Emilio Estevez is a dad to two adult kids, son Taylor and daughter Paloma. After splitting with their mother, Wilhelmina model Carey Salley, in 1986, Emilio dated and was briefly engaged Demi Moore. He was later married to Paula Abdul for two years in the early '90s. Nowadays, Emilio is single and keeping a relatively low profile. He's taken on three roles in the last six years, most recently directing, writing and starring in 2018's "The Public."
Joshua Jackson starred as Charlie Conway, the team's unofficial leader, in all three installments of the "Mighty Ducks" franchise.
Two years after hanging up his Ducks jersey, Joshua Jackson landed the role of class clown Pacey Witter on "Dawson's Creek," which shot him to international superstardom. He found success mainly on television, later playing Peter Bishop on "Fringe." He currently stars on the Showtime drama "The Affair." He's also appeared in flicks like "Cruel Intentions" and "The Skulls" and reunited with Emilio Estevez for "Bobby." As for his personal life, after dating "Dawson's" co-star Katie Holmes, Joshua began a decade-long relationship with German actress Diane Kruger in 2006. He's since been seeing model Shafia West, to whom he was first linked in March 2017.
Shaun Weiss played Greg Goldberg in all three films in the franchise — "The Mighty Ducks," "D2" and "D3." Best known by his last name, Goldberg was the fearful goalie who brought the laughs.
Shaun Weiss grew up and slimmed down following his child star days as a Duck. His acting roles have been sporadic, but his resume includes an arc on "Freaks and Geeks" and a number of commercials. In 2013, Shaun made headlines after allegedly punching ex-girlfriend Sonja Dimitrievska in the face and attempting to urinate on her. Sonja claimed Shaun had been abusive throughout their two-year relationship and got a restraining order against him, but that wasn't the last of his legal troubles. In July 2017, he was busted for petty theft for stealing $151 in merchandise from a Fry's Electronics store and was sentenced to 150 days in jail. He faced arrest again five days after he was released 12 days into that 150-day sentence, this time for possession of a controlled substance. TMZ reported he was most recently arrested for public intoxication in Oroville, California, on Aug. 4, 2018.
Embodying the tough girl in the franchise, Marguerite Moreau brought the character of Connie Moreau to life. She had appeared on TV shows like "The Wonder Years" and "Brooklyn Bridge" before her big-screen debut as Connie, the Velvet Hammer.
Marguerite Moreau didn't rest on her child star laurels. She attended Vassar College, graduating with a degree in political science in 1999. Post-college, she appeared in "Wet Hot American Summer" and starred on the short-lived teen drama "Life As We Know It." She's found success on the small screen over the last decade with recurring-character roles on "Parenthood," "Shameless" and "Grey's Anatomy" and she popped up on an episode of "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story." She's been married to actor Christopher Redman since 2010. They share son Casper, who was born in 2015.
Danny Tamberelli starred as Tommy Duncan in "The Mighty Ducks" and its first sequel, "D2: The Mighty Ducks." This redheaded moppet got his start appearing on '80s soap opera "Ryan's Hope" and starred as Jackie Rodowsky in "The Baby-Sitters Club" before joining the ducks as #2.
Danny Tamberelli will forever be known as Little Pete from the Nickelodeon cult classic "The Adventures of Pete and Pete." He also appeared on another hit '90s Nickelodeon show — "All That." After wrapping the sketch-comedy series, he went to Hampshire College where he earned a degree in interdisciplinary arts, focusing on music performance and booking management. Nowadays, Danny continues to dabble in acting and also performs in bands as the bassist and vocalist for the group Jounce and as the bassist for Every Good Boy. On May 5, 2018, Danny married his longtime girlfriend, book agent Katelyn Detweiler.
Colombe Jacobsen hit the ice as team goalie Julie "The Cat" Gaffney in "D2: The Mighty Ducks." It wasn't the first time the actress was tapped for a sports movie, as she'd also been in "Rookie of the Year."
Colombe Jacobsen really cooked on the ice, but now she does it in the kitchen. She appeared on Season 3 of "The Next Food Network Star" in 2007 and is now a full-time chef and cooking instructor. Colombe has starred on the Food Network's "Conscious Cooking" webisodes and Better TV's weekly cooking segment for Recipe.com, as well as worked as a chef for Sabra Mediterranean Foods. She even had a tiny appearance in the 2014 Jon Favreau film "Chef." She maintains a website, ColombeduJour.com, and is married to Jeffrey Lefleur, with whom she shares a son and a daughter.
Elden Henson, who went by Elden Ryan Ratliff back then, played Fulton Reed, the quiet but talented hockey player in "The Mighty Ducks," "D2" and "D3."
Nowadays, Elden Ryan Ratliff goes by the name Elden Henson. He's never become a household name but that doesn't mean he hasn't had a successful acting career. Since "D3," Elden has starred in flicks like "She's All That" and both "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay" films and on TV shows including Netflix's "Daredevil." He also owns a production company with Josh Hartnett called Roulette Entertainment. He briefly attended Emerson College but dropped out before graduating. Elden still keeps youth hockey close to this heart, hosting hockey camps and events for at-risk kids in Los Angeles. The actor married actress Kira Sternbach in 2014 but filed for divorce in May 2017. The two share one son, Dodger, born in 2015.
Jussie Smollet only appeared in the original "The Mighty Ducks." He played Terry Hall, the nicer of the two Hall siblings.
Of all of the "Mighty Ducks" kids, Jussie Smollett is currently enjoying the most success. He landed roles on a few television shows after the hockey flick but it wasn't until 2015 when he finally got his big break playing gay musician Jamal Lyon on FOX's hit show "Empire." The same year that he signed on to play Jamal, Jussie also came out as a gay man in real life during an interview with Ellen DeGeneres.
Matt Doherty played Dave Averman in "The Mighty Ducks," though his character's name changed in "D2" and "D3" to Lester. Despite the name swap, Averman remained the team's resident goofball through all three movies.
Matt Doherty studied theater at Northwestern University, from which he graduated in 1999. But his degree hasn't delivered a busy career. Some of his most notable parts post-"D3" include guest-starring spots on shows like "Grey's Anatomy," "Boston Public" and "Bones," an uncredited appearance in "Argo" as a butler and, most recently, an appearance on "Rosewood" in 2017. Sadly, he's never co-starred with Rob Schneider, who his "Mighty Ducks" character loved to imitate.